Eng. Khalid bin Butti Al Muhairi, Head of the Department of Planning and Survey in Sharjah, stressed the importance of continuing communication with strategic partners from all representatives of the private sector in Sharjah, noting that constructive presentation of ideas and direct listening to partners contribute significantly to taking systematic steps that eliminate all procedural obstacles during the completion stages of transactions.
This came during a workshop held by the Department of Planning and Survey in Sharjah yesterday at the Sharjah Science, Technology and Innovation Complex for a number of its strategic partners and representatives of consulting offices and contracting companies operating in the Emirate of Sharjah with the aim of evaluating the effectiveness of electronic transactions provided to them during the period of remote work and discussing the development of new and innovative mechanisms that contribute to accelerating the completion of transactions using artificial intelligence techniques.
Al-Muhairi directed the implementation of the “Urgent” program to monitor the challenges presented during the workshop and develop urgent solutions to them in coordination with all government and private sector partners.
For his part, Engineer Hamidi Al Ketbi, Director of Building Permits Department at the Department of Planning and Survey, indicated that representatives of consulting offices and contracting companies reviewed during the workshop a number of obstacles they faced during remote work periods, related to providing specific categories of transactions, and presented proposed solutions to facilitate their completion.